Sunday, January 23, 2022
Word for the Week

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Imagination and creativity actually form the basis of the supernatural. A glance at the ministry of Jesus makes this clear. There was wonderful creativity behind many of his miracles. He turned water into wine (John 2:1-11). He fed 5,000 people from five bread rolls and two fish (John 6:1-13). He healed a blind man by…

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Ralph Neighbour Jr once wrote a book called The Seven Last Words of the Church. Do you know what they are? ‘We Never Tried It That Way Before!’ This attitude has been a destructive and sinister influence in many churches. Where a handful of enthusiastic people are imaginative enough to conceive of new life, new…

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May I never boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ. (Galatians 6:14) Every vision, every creative idea, has to be brought into focus through the cross. Only then do we see it in perspective. If we are not willing to subject everything to Calvary, we will never be allowed to see it…

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I once interviewed Mrs Daisy Osborn, wife of the well- known missionary evangelist T. L. Osborn. I asked her what was the greatest miracle she had seen. She told me how a little boy had been brought to one of the crusades in Africa who had no eyes at all. He had been born not…

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